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[Self-Test] Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Adults: OCD Symptoms Test

A person suffering with OCD may obsess about germs or safety, and find relief from the associated anxiety only when performing rituals such as repetitive hand washing or ritualistic locking and unlocking of doors. If you suspect you might have obsessive-compulsive disorder, take this screener test to determine whether your symptoms warrant a visit to a trained health-care professional.

6 Comments: [Self-Test] Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Adults: OCD Symptoms Test

  1. I got 41 I have many of these symptoms but my mum keeps saying nothings wrong I don’t know what to say she says it’s all In my head which it could be but I feel as though I do have ocd my mum struggled with anxiety disorder

  2. Hey. I scored 3 I think, quite frankly I forgot… but I have a need to shower every day wash my hair about 3-5 times just for it to feel clean and wash my face 3 times. I’ll also have worried thoughts sometimes and overthink about something or have reoccurring dreams of my house getting broken into or something bad is happening. Do you think I might have ocd?

  3. Hey. What if i have only one of the above symptoms? I have this excessive need of washing my hands and yes i am afraid of touching things that other people touched or not letting them touch me at all. I’ve checked it again and again but i don’t have any other symptom than this. Let me know whether i have OCD or not.

    1. Hi! You most likely do not. You could just be a germaphobe! If you are still concerned you should get a second opinion, but it is likely you just have a fear of germs/ getting sick. Hope this helps!

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